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Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 23/11/2018 02:36:22This theory has very good testability.If high tides form on that bank where you are standing, it means that the current is moving fast along this bank.It is easy to check based on a map of the sea currents that are on the Internet.Approximately the tide chart will look like this:1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.And no philosophy.The amplitude of the tides also depends on the size of the whirlpools, the amount of water under the whirlpool, the distance from the coast to the whirlpool, and the direction of flow (to the west, east, north, south).

This theory has very good testability.If high tides form on that bank where you are standing, it means that the current is moving fast along this bank.It is easy to check based on a map of the sea currents that are on the Internet.Approximately the tide chart will look like this:1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.And no philosophy.

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 24/11/2018 11:25:08Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 23/11/2018 02:36:22This theory has very good testability.If high tides form on that bank where you are standing, it means that the current is moving fast along this bank.It is easy to check based on a map of the sea currents that are on the Internet.Approximately the tide chart will look like this:1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.And no philosophy.The amplitude of the tides also depends on the size of the whirlpools, the amount of water under the whirlpool, the distance from the coast to the whirlpool, and the direction of flow (to the west, east, north, south).The only way to refute the whirlpool theory of tides is to name the coast where the current is moving fast, but there are no high tides there.

Currents and whirlpools are one and the same.

For the western winds, also has the properties of the horoscope.

In lakes, seas and oceans currents move in a circle.Currents and whirlpools are one and the same.For the western winds, also has the properties of the horoscope. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antarctic_Circumpolar_Current

Vertical movement of ocean waters can be convincingly modeled using simple experience.For this, a half-filled vessel with rotating liquid (bucket, tumbler, mixer) must be rotated around itself (in orbit).If the liquid in the bucket rotates to the right, the bucket around itself (in orbit) must be rotated to the left.

On the German coast of the North Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.When the current moves at a speed of 1 km / h, the height of the tides will be one meter.Approximately the tide table will look like this:1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.In order to disprove the whirlpool theory of tides, it is necessary to disprove this table, which is almost impossible.Table of the dependence of the height of the tidal wave, on the speed of currents along all coasts of Germany and the world.1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.

On the German coast of the North Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.When the current moves at a speed of 1 km / h, the height of the tides will be one meter.Approximately the tide table will look like this:1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.

Quote from: Yusup Hizirov on 17/02/2019 13:12:55On the German coast of the North Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.When the current moves at a speed of 1 km / h, the height of the tides will be one meter.Approximately the tide table will look like this:1 km / h - 1 meter.2 km / h - 2 meter.3 km / h - 3 meter.And so on.On the German coast of the Baltic Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.When the current moves at a speed of 0.1 km / h, the height of the tides will be 0.1 meter.Approximately the tide table will look like this:0.1 km / h - 0.1 meter.0.2 km / h - 0.2 meter.0.3 km / h - 0.3 meter.And so on.

On the German coast of the Baltic Sea, the height of the tides depends on the speed of the current along the coast.When the current moves at a speed of 0.1 km / h, the height of the tides will be 0.1 meter.Approximately the tide table will look like this:0.1 km / h - 0.1 meter.0.2 km / h - 0.2 meter.0.3 km / h - 0.3 meter.And so on.

It is believed that Jupiter, by tidal force, warmed the mantle of Io’s satellite, but for this, Io should rotate around its own axis, and Io always faces Jupiter with one side

Io has an eccentric orbit (as do all orbiting objects). When it comes closer to Jupiter, the gravitational force increases on the satellite and as it moves further away, it decreases. This change in force over time is what creates the tides.

Quote from: Kryptid on 12/04/2019 21:01:44Io has an eccentric orbit (as do all orbiting objects). When it comes closer to Jupiter, the gravitational force increases on the satellite and as it moves further away, it decreases. This change in force over time is what creates the tides.You argue that Jupiter, tidal force induced by the eccentricity of Io's orbit, kneading heats the mantle of Io's satellite, but the eccentricity of the orbit of the Moon and the Earth is much more, why these phenomena of nature do not occur.The eccentricity of the orbit of Io is 0.004.The eccentricity of the moon's orbit is 0.05.The eccentricity of the Earth's orbit is 0.2.Io's orbit is almost circular.For the formation of a "tidal effect" Io must necessarily rotate around its own axis, and Io always faces one side of Jupiter. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orbital_eccentricity